Category: Kingston

Parkleys, TW10

The Parkleys estate was built in the mid-1950s and was Grade-II listed in 1998.


These descriptions largely derive from the Conservation Area publications of the London Borough of Kingston. Albany Mews, KT2 Albany Park Road, KT2 Avenue Elmers, KT6 Balaclava Road, KT6   Cadogan Road Most of Cadogan Road is part of a mid 19th century housing development, forming the second stage of the Surbiton “New Town” conceived by …

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Kingston Bridge

Until Putney Bridge was opened in 1729, Kingston Bridge was the only crossing of the river between London Bridge and Staines Bridge. According to 16th century antiquarian John Leland, the bridge existed in the centuries when Anglo-Saxon England existed (after Roman Britain and before 1066). He wrote “And yn the old tyme the commune saying …

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